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would I be able to use Helvetica Neue (the OS system font) in my corporate branding?

New Here ,
Jun 13, 2013 Jun 13, 2013

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Am I be able to use Helvetica Neue (the OS system font) in my corporate branding or will I need to purchase a corporate licence?

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Jun 13, 2013 Jun 13, 2013

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Helen,

Am I be able to use Helvetica Neue (the OS system font) in my corporate branding

Yes.

or will I need to purchase a corporate licence?

No.

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Jun 20, 2013 Jun 20, 2013

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Can you explain a bit further? She doesn't need to purchase a corporate license to use it herself, but if other people in the company plan to use it going forward, they would have to purchase a licence, UNLESS they happen to have the same OS font, right?

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Jun 20, 2013 Jun 20, 2013

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kejtia,

You are right that everyone using an actual font has to have it legally on the computer, as a font acquired with the OS or an application, or as a purchased font, or as a free font (or as a font of own creation and similar).

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